I’m presenting live at the Ignatian Solidarity Network’s 2021 Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice, which this year is being held both virtually (in October) and in-person (in November). This year’s conference theme is “Imagining a Path Forward: Reflection. Reckoning. Kinship.”
My virtual breakout session is on Saturday October 16 (4:25-5:15 pm EDT):
Benchmarking Just Employment: The Justice is in the Details
Click the title above for a full description of all Virtual ITFJ sessions; then scroll down to the 4:25 breakout sessions. IFTJ participants will have access to all of the talks and materials through June 1, 2022.
If you are planning on attending Virtual ITFJ 2021 and would like to connect, before, or after the teach-in, please drop me a note.
I hope to see you (virtually) at #IFTJ!
I’m presenting live at AASHE’s 2021 virtual Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education (GCSHE). AASHE is the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, (aashe.org). This year’s conference theme is “The future is…”.
My presentation is on Wednesday, October 13 (11-11:45 am EDT):
20 Paths to a Living Wage Policy: Is Fair Employment in Your Institution’s Future?
Click the title above for a full description of all sessions or to access a downloadable schedule. Select October 13 to find my session. The video of the session will be available to conference participants through December 31.
If you are planning on attending AASHE 2021 and would like to connect, before, or after the conference, please drop me a note.
I hope to see you (virtually) at #GCSHE!
I’m delighted to share the news that my research has been accepted for presentation at the 2021 Annual Conference of the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR), October 3-5 in National Harbor, MD (Washington, DC). It will be a pleasure to participate in an on-site conference after such a long time of virtual events, and I am grateful for the opportunity to present my work at CUPA-HR again. My presentation is titled “Assessing Fair Employment Initiatives: A Tool for Benchmarking Progress” (1:15 pm on October 4). The 2021 CUPA-HR Annual Conference website contains all of the information about the conference. I hope to see you there.